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  • 00:31

    Storytelling: The Bridge Builder

    in Culture

    Anastasia and Jack explore the impact of storytelling as a bridge building vehicle for an evolving society and as a viable tool for conflict resolution and reconciliation..

  • 00:29

    Storytelling for your Business? Storyteller and Author Dennis Clause

    in Current Events

    Storyteller Dennis Clause joins to discuss newly release book The Power of Effective Stories. A member of Algonquin tribe, who grew up on the Tuscarora Indian reservation in western New York his Indian name is Saw-go-low-lee (He speaks to the people) and he is from the raven clan. 


    What is the purpose of a good story? How can this be helpful to a business? How does storytelling benefit the consumer and business? What goes into a story?


    Just some of the questions that will be asked as well more on the Power of Effective Stories! 


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  • 00:29

    Kelsey Banks

    in Entrepreneur

    Pleased to bring for the first guest of the relaunch my good friend, a young lady who is very passionate of her love of Agriculture in Canada.Ms Kelsey Banks.
    Someone, I know we will hear great things about her work in the field.
    Today, she will share her story, her thoughts on Agriculture, she is a true rock star
     
     

  • 00:16

    Victor Records: Ramona

    in Music

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Victor Records:  Ramona 


    Gene Austin ‎– Ramona


    Girl of My Dreams


    Joseph C. Smith Ramona


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    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


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    Gene Austin ‎– Ramona / Girl of My Dreams


    Victor Talking Machine Co. 21334 Recorded 4/2/1928 (Camden, New Jersey. Church Bldg.).


    Released: Jun 1928 


    Format: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM 


    A: Ramona


    Composed By Mabel Wayne Lyrics by L. Wolfe Gilbert


    B: Girl of My Dreams


    Written By Sunny Clapp


    Pressed By Victor Pressing Plant, Oakland


    Conductor Nathaniel Shilkret


    Organ Nathaniel Shilkret (tracks: B), Viola Klaiss (tracks: A)


    Tenor Vocals – Gene Austin


    Whistling Robert MacGimsey (tracks: B)


     

  • 01:58

    E289: Ginger St. James, Adrian Johnston, Kelsey Coan, Brian Harrison

    in Entertainment

    E289: Ginger St. James, Adrian Johnston, Kelsey Coan, Brian Harrison

  • 00:12

    SING SING SING Benny Goodman and His Orchestra

    in Podcasting

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    SING SING SING


    Sing, Sing, Sing" (introducing "Christopher Columbus " [Louis Prima])


    Benny Goodman and His Orchestra


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    No profit or income derived from this podcast.


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    Benny Goodman and His Orchestra ‎– Sing, Sing, Sing


    Label: RCA Victor ‎– 36205


    Series: Swing Classic –


    Format: Shellac, 12", 78 RPM 


    Country: US


    Genre: Jazz


    Style: Big Band, Swing


    A: Sing, Sing, Sing Part 1


    B: Sing, Sing, Sing Part 2


    Record Company – Radio Corporation of America


    This was recorded July 6, 1937 in Hollywood, mixes 09671-2 and 09672-2 and issued as 36205. Arranger is Jimmy Munday.


    My copy of "Sing, Sing, Sing" (introducing "Christopher Columbus" [Louis Prima]) is 12" RCA Victor 36205A-B. The top of the label says "Swing Classic," perhaps suggesting that it was part of a set; I don't have the rest of the set, if indeed it came with. The entire personnel of the Goodman band at that time is listed on the labels (both sides!). Included are such luminaries as Hymie Schertzer and Adrian Rollini, saxes; Harry James and Ziggy Elman, trumpets; Harry Goodman (BG's brother), string bass; Jess Stacy, piano; Gene Krupa, drums. Total 14 (5 reeds, incl. BG; 3 trpts., 2 trombones, 4 rhythm (piano, bass, drums, guitar). Mmm, not a bad bunch


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  • 00:15

    Patriotic songs just because

    in History

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    Patriotic songs just because


    Columbia the Gem of the Ocean / Harry Macdonough


    The Star Spangled Banner / Frank C. Stanley


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    Victor 35009 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)


    Victor 35009 Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)


    Victor C-1907 11/7/1904 the Star Spangled Banner Take 2 the Star Spangled Banner / frank C. Stanley


    Victor C-2589 Take 2 6/1/1905 Columbia the Gem of the Ocean / Harry Macdonough


    Primary Performers


    Wilfred Glenn (vocalist: bass vocal)


    Frank C. Stanley (vocalist: bass vocal)


    Harry Macdonough (vocalist: tenor vocal)


    Release Date: 11/1908


    Source: "First double-faced list"


    Delete (Cutout) Date: 1926


    Source: Catalog


    Discography of American Historical Recordings, s.v. "Victor 35009 (Black label (popular) 12-in. double-faced)," accessed May 19, 2015, http://adp.library.ucsb.edu/index.php/object/detail/29563/Victor_35009.


    Brunswick Military Band ‎– Stars and Stripes Forever March / Prepare For Action


    Label: Brunswick ‎– 2010


    Released: 1920


    Genre: Pop, Brass & Military


    2010A Brunswick Military Band Stars and Stripes Forever 3850 06/??/20


    John Philip Sousa


    2010B   Brunswick Military Band   Prepare for Action mx # 3846/48 ctrl # 3840/8 Blankenberg


    Mix # 3846/48 ctrl # 3840/8 Blankenberg


     

  • 01:12

    Storytelling That Helps You Build Your Business

    in Business

    Creative Biz Ideas main focus is the success of small businesses. We collaborate, exchange ideas and promote businesses and industries that help the growth of your business. Dennis Clause, author of "The Power Of Effective Stories, is a Native American Business Storyteller who can help you get extremely focused leads and referrals for your business. Also, get your weekly tips from our #1 business coach Doug Winnie and legal business advice from our attorney Mark Smith. Hosted by Nolen Davis and Chris Burres. Call in and participate in the conversation 347-945-6693 and press #1.

  • 02:00

    Saul "Canelo" Alvarez vs James Kirkland Recap with Kelsey McCarson

    in Sports

    Did we need that, or did we NEED that? Following a monumental letdown of a megafight in Mayweather-Pacquiao, boxing fans needed a nice weekend of boxing to recharge, and we got it. There were negatives to focus on -- like another fantastically inept failure by Texas referee Laurence Cole -- but it was mostly fun. This week on the newly-reworked Top Men Boxing Radio, James Foley of Bad Left Hook and boxing writer/historian Patrick Connor welcome back to the show Kelsey McCarson of Bleacher Report, The Sweet Science and The Boxing Channel. The topics? All things boxing. But more specifically, Saul "Canelo" Alvarez's destruction of James Kirkland, a recap of the #PBConCBS card that featured Omar Figueroa vs Ricky Burns and Jamie McDonnell vs Tomoki Kameda, and a preview of the upcoming HBO card featuring Gennady Golovkin vs Willie Monroe Jr and Roman Gonzalez vs Edgar Sosa. That's a lot of good stuff. Don't miss it. Thanks for tuning in!


    (Photos: Will Hart)

  • 00:22

    THE STORY OF SLEEPING BEAUTY

    in Podcasting

    Playing Forgotten Music on 78 RPM Records by Curt Hahn


    CRICKET RECORDS THE STORY OF SLEEPING BEAUTY


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    THE STORY OF SLEEPING BEAUTY Part 1 / Part 2 CRICKET RECORDS C132 1953


    Norman Rose (1917 – 2004) was an actor, film narrator and radio announcer whose velvety baritone was often called "the Voice of God" by colleagues. He was best known as the voice of fictitious coffee grower Juan Valdez in the Colombian coffee television commercials.


    Pickwick Records (originally formed as Pickwick Sales Corporation, later Pickwick International) was founded in 1950 by Cy Leslie, whose first business was a prerecorded greeting card service that in 1946 turned into Voco Records, a label of children's records. In 1957, after successfully marketing their Cricket children's label of 78 and 45rpm records,


    Cy Leslie reorganized Pickwick Sales Corp. in 1952 out of Voco, which had begun in 1946 producing recorded greeting cards, elaborately designed kiddie picture discs with cardboard backings and finally multicolored vinyl records. Cricket was the successor to Voco, making its debut with Pickwick itself on May 25, 1953; "my wife's birthday" as Leslie later recalled. Cricket was the first product line offered by Pickwick Sales Corp. According to Leslie, "Good fortune introduced me to an early genius, Eli Oberstein. He owned a vast catalog which included many children's albums, which he agreed to lease, thus beginning Pickwick's first licensing – The Pickwick Cricket line of children's records.

  • 01:57

    Wedding music for you......

    in Romance

    Two hours of wedding music ideas- from processional to first dance- ideas for you to listen to